(VIRTUAL) Medical Ethics Reality Forum PubMed Ethics: Should we graduate medical students early?

Friday, April 10, 2020 - 6:00pm
Event Location Notes: 

Zoom - please email Rebecca Allen for the link & password 

Medical students are encouraged to participate & all are welcome to join!

We would like to create a space where we are able to relax and explore topics related to the pandemic, while also coming together as a community (via Zoom) in order to provide some much needed social interaction. Though we may need to stay physically apart, we don’t have to work through things alone. Therefore, we would like to present a new series that virtually meets every Friday at 6:00PM through the end of May:

PubMed Ethics: COVID-19 On-Screen!

Where: In the comfort of your own home via Zoom

When: Every Friday at 6:00PM starting Friday 4/10. Please participate in this pre-discussion poll by 6:15PM. 

What: A chance to virtually grab a drink together and discuss this crazy world we live in.

This week’s topic:

4/10 Ethical Implications of Graduating Medical Students Early 

Food for Thought: 

 

Zoom Meeting Information

Please email MERF President Rebecca Allen for the Zoom details.

Next week’s topic:

4/17 FDA blood ban on gay/bisexual blood products (article)

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for topics for us to cover, don’t hesitate to reach out! Let Medical Ethics Reality Forum Leadership know if you are interested in facilitating discussion for a topic.

 

Event Coordinator: 
Rebecca Allen
Event Contact Department: 
UA College of Medicine – Tucson